Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

Sections
You are here: Home / What’s New / Weekly e-tone newsletter / Submitting content

Submitting content

The e-tone is an electronically-distributed weekly update about CBH.

Items for the Weekly e-tone MUST be submitted by the Monday night prior to publication using the form below.

The e-tone usually is published on Thursdays. Submissions meeting the following criteria will be considered for publication:

  • Reminders about approved CBH programs and events
  • Meeting notices for CBH groups and committees
  • Religious school and/or CBH youth groups notices
  • Ritual information (i.e. holiday and Shabbat schedules and details),
  • Updates from CBH clergy
  • News about partners' significant life events (b’nai mitzvahs, births, marriages, anniversaries, deaths)
  • Photos, stories, essays and such for the A LITTLE BIT MORE or TIKUN OLAM sections
  • Items from Hillel, the Sacramento Jewish Federation and the URJ may also be included as well as events and notices deemed of particular interest to e-tone readers.

 

All submissions must include contact information, and may be edited for length, clarity, readability and compliance with CBH editorial style.  The placement and frequency of submissions within the e-tone will be at the discretion of the Communications Coordinator and the Executive Director.  No item will be included more than four weeks prior to an event/meeting date although exceptions may be made when appropriate and necessary.  Items generally will run for two weeks only.

Items submitted after the Monday night prior to publication may NOT be included until the following week.

News
Why Israel Matters: Jews are the Indigenous People of Israel Ryan Bellerose, an Aboriginal Metis Indian from the Paddle Prairie Metis settlement in Northern Alberta, Canada, and aboriginal rights activist, will discuss why Israel matters. As he has written: “Everything that makes Jews Jewish — their spirituality, their traditions, their culture, their language, everything — it stems from Israel.” Sunday, January 27, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Posted Jan 13, 2019
Celebration of Abraham, Sunday, January 27, 3:00 - 5:30 p.m., St. James Catholic Church After September 11, 2001, a group of Jewish, Christian and Muslim clergy and laypersons met to consider how our community could honor those who had died and, at the same time, increase understanding and respect among the three major Abrahamic faiths in Davis and Woodland. The result was the Celebration of Abraham. The Celebration is dedicating to increasing understanding among all religious tradition. Posted Jan 9, 2019
Mindful Moment Meditation This is a meditation and spiritual practice group with an emphasis on Buddhist and Jewish meditation. Most Tuesday evenings, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Posted Jan 9, 2019
African American Jew in America UC Davis Professor of Sociology, Dr. Bruce Haynes, leads a discussion of his recent book. Sunday, January 20, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Social Hall Posted Jan 3, 2019